Getting Back to Work and School Safely
…Innovative, Contactless Temperature Sensing Technology
The CDC; centers for disease control and prevention; recommends that schools and employers measure people’s temperatures prior to entering a facility.
Temperature access control systems can be simple and fast to operate. They are contactless and read temperatures accurately in seconds using high precision temperature detection modules. Technology like this is also available with optional facial recognition, and mask detection. It is easy to move and locate at entrances to your buildings. It can be mounted outside and configured to work in conjunction with your existing card access system and even elevator access. Transportation, education, government, office buildings, and even restaurants would benefit from this simple sensor technology.
🔶Implement health checks (e.g. temperature checks and symptom screening) screenings safely and respectfully
NEWCOM provides solutions
Sensors and software come together to manage the office, building, vehicle, and campus environments. Identifying, designing, and implementing the supporting infrastructure for a multiple array of sensors is the key to putting the data from these sensors to work for you. Collecting, storing, and retrieving this data quickly can be challenging, but NEWCOM will work with you to answer the questions you have to deploy a best in class solution.
”"Employers should measure the employee’s temperature and assess symptoms prior to them starting work. Ideally, temperature checks should happen before the individual enters the facility."Centers for Disease Control and PreventionCoronavirus 2019
NEWCOM partners with many different sensor manufacturers to understand the benefits of each product by identifying, designing, and implementing the supporting infrastructure. NEWCOM will work with you to answer the questions you have to deploy a best in class solution.
Our process involves a quick discovery to help determine the right approach and provide solutions that fit your business – Download Assessment or Take Digital Version HERE!
Coronavirus Disease 2019. Interim Guidance. (2020, June). Implementing Safety Practices for Critical Infrastructure Workers Who May Have Had Exposure to a Person with Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19. [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/critical-workers/implementing-safety-practices.html